The information on this site is intended to familiarize students and parents with the requirements associated with Advanced Placement (AP) courses offered at Lake Park High School. While general information is provided, families are encouraged to contact the instructor listed in connection with a course, or a guidance counselor, to address specific questions or concerns. Additional information about each AP course can be accessed by visiting the AP College Board website.
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AP Exam Registration
All students enrolled in an Advanced Placement (AP) course at Lake Park High School should have registered for the corresponding AP Classroom for that course. This provides the student access to resources shared by the College Board and their instructor for their AP course(s) and also provides pre-registration information for the AP exam.
Prior to Friday, October 15, ALL AP STUDENTS must complete the registration form for the AP exam(s) in their course(s). Families should ensure your Lancer submits this registration form to accurately indicate their intention to take or to not take the exam in each AP course in which they are enrolled.
Each AP exam costs $96. Students with free or reduced lunch will pay a reduced fee of $15 per exam. Additional financial assistance is available to those who qualify and can be requested through this registration form. Exam fees will be added to your student account after this form is processed (on or around October 15, 2021).
The deadline to pay AP exam fees is Monday, November 15.
If you have any questions, please contact:
Ms. Kate Foster, Assistant Principal for Student Development and Testing Coordinator